"Thinking Retreat: Engaging Young Muslims" (Sunday, Dec. 16, 2012)

Assalamu Alaikum,

Are you concerned about the well-being of Muslim youth in our communities?

Do you feel the need to do something about positively engagement and empowering young Muslims in Canada?

Would you like to connect with and brainstorm with other concerned leaders, educators, artists and activists?

If your response is YES, then, you, along with your organization, are invited to join us for a day of collective thinking on effective ways to engage and develop Muslim youth in Canada.

You and your organizations are invited to join a day of collective thinking and brainstorming on effective ways to engage and develop Muslim youth in Canada.

**When: Sunday, December 16, 2012 (10 am - 4 pm)

**Where: In the GTA (location will be emailed to you upon registration)

- FREE! (Donations are welcomed)
- Lunch is included!
- Very limited space. Every attendee needs to pre-register online.

Key Objectives of Thinking Retreat include:

  • to network with those who are offering services in the area of Muslim youth engagement, empowerment, and education.
  • to collect a pool of ideas on positive youth engagement to help youth become productive, confident, and caring citizens, who are comfortable with their Islamic identity, spirituality, and heritage.
  • to helps us consolidate, facilitate and strengthen the existing work of youth engagement in the community AND to expand and enhance youth work in a more systematic way.

**Who Should Attend:
- Imam
- Masjid Leader
- Community Leader
- Youth Worker / Leader / Activist
- Youth Counselor
- MSA / Muslim Student Club Executive
- Artist
- Educator / Teacher
- Concerned Parent

Please sign up here to ensure your participation in this enlightening half-day brainstorming session.

Nargis Naqvi
Coordinator, Thinking Retreat
Muslim Spirit (MY) Spirit 

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